CEED exam is Combined Entrance Examination for Design. It is an all India level examination which is mainly conducted by the Indian institute of technology. This exam is conducted on behalf of ministry of human resources development, department of education, government of India.
- Master of Design (MDes) program in product design and engineering
- Master in Industrial Design
- Master in Mobility and Vehicle Design
- Masters in Visual Communication/ Animation/ Masters in Interaction Design
- Interdisciplinary Master of Industrial Design Program
Candidates must have
- A Bachelor’s degree in Engineering / Architecture / Design/ Interior Design, or equivalent OR
- A Professional Diploma in Design (NID/CEPT, or equivalent) OR
- B.F.A. (4 year professional program, after 10+2) OR
- G.D. Art (5 year program after 10th) with one year professional experience OR
- Master’s degree in Arts / Science / Computer Applications (2 year program after 10+2+3)
Exam duration: 3 hrs.
Following are key features of the exam:
- The examination will be conducted in two Parts, A and B. All candidates must answer both Parts.
- PART-A is a screening test of multiple choice questions, which will be conducted as an online computer based test (CBT), and only candidates who secure a minimum cut-off mark qualify to be evaluated for Part B. There will be negative marking for Part A.
- PART-B will be evaluated only for candidates who will be short-listed in PART-A.
- Part B score only will be used for merit list and qualified list for CEED 2013.
SYLLABUS FOR CEED ENTRANCE EXAM:
I. Visual Perception and Creative Ability Test:
To judge Visual sensitivity and imagination. – Written Communication – Ability to express precisely one’s thoughts on a given topic. – Ability to comprehend a given passage in English and summarize it
II. Design Aptitude:
Development of new product/ visual concepts and creative ideas based on analytically observation of problems from daily life situations. Choice of product concepts suitable for small and large scale production. Generation of solution in a given material and process such as sheet metal work wood fabrication, plastic molding, wire fabrication, etc. or representations of visual concepts into visual symbols and form, aided with drawings and illustrations. Drawings based on your analysis.
III. Drawing Skills:
Imagination of objects, people and places from our immediate or distant environments.
1. Work on your creativity as much as possible because The CEED exam is all about creativity.
2. Solve previous years’ exam paper.
3. Practice free hand drawing.
4. Develop your imagination.
5. Solve puzzles.
6. Work on your communication and logical reasoning skills.
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